Disable f.lux for certain applications?
durqo last edited by
Hi there, I've been using f.lux for years now and there is only one thing that I can suggest. I game a lot and I find that f.lux really messes with my ability to see things happening, so I tend to disable f.lux while I play. This might already exist and I couldn't find it, but is there a way to have f.lux disabled when certain applications are running/open? If not, I think this would be a great, easy to implement, feature.
Bluejanis last edited by Bluejanis
While the certain application is running, go to the f.lux icon in your taskbar and right click on it, then click disable and there should be a list of the current running applications. Just select yours and you should be good.